2015 BMW M3 and M4 Are Not for the Faint-Hearted

You can hear a lot of interesting things in Detroit just by hanging around the stands of various manufacturers. Jason Cammisa from Road&Track did so and found out quite a lot of interesting stuff about the new BMW M3 and M4.
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According to him, he heard a BMW employee who’s driven the new M3 saying: “The M3/M4 won’t tolerate sloppy throttle inputs. It’s without a doubt the highest-performance road car M has built, but it also requires a LOT of talent to drive ... at least BMW has a network of driver’s schools to help there, starting with the teen driving program up through the BMW CCA race schools.” Surprised?

I certainly am not. Sure, it might actually get a bit dangerous to drive these things without all the safety features enabled but think about the fun you can have with them. Furthermore, going to one of BMW’s driving schools is not a bad idea at all, being a very useful tool both inside high-performance models and in regular cars.

Other models that will be released soon enough might have more power and more torque, might be faster in a straight line but what BMW tried (and, in my opinion, succeeded at) was to make a true driver’s car that would bring back that cerebral feeling when you’re behind the wheel. What better way to do that than with a sudden wave of adrenaline?
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